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THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY,-APRIL 7, 1920 - 7 H
H , LAST TIMES TODAY
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B THE imiE SHEPHIR0 I!
0F MGDOM COME J
H The Beauty Market'
Csrdi Parf.y and
Br h Given by I
j . w. o. v--.
I At.Voodman of World Hall
H I 50c A COUPLE !
EXTRA LADY 25c
Bj H Everybody Come (j
H J""" BramwelY's" ""j
I Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets
Hj and everything for the office jj
Hr I Fr Subscription and Advertising
B Department, Call Phone No. 56.
Press feeder wanted. Neutebooin
t;iC5 Addrc Dr. Reese of Salt
Lake spoke last evening -at a meet
ing of tlic RIverdalc .local -farm bu
reau. addressinG' the members on cure
of the mother and the compensation
bill for mothers. This is part of a
series of health lectures to .be given
principally by Dr. Raphael Olson of
tho .University of Utah.
A square deal for everybody. Low
est prices; latest stylec Fashion Shop
Women's Wearing Apparel. Coat's,
Gults, dresses, waists and skirts. 2470
E?:r-fr1 wallpaper ana calBomlne
I cleantrs. Lowe and Gre'enwell. Phono
I Filo Petition Petition for letters of
administration were applied for to
I day In tho matter of the estate of
I Joseph' Chugg. deceased, by Zenia Y.
Clean rags wantea at The Standard
Flowers telegraphed anywhere in I
' the 'United States or Canada. Durako
Floral. Phono 250. ( 3336
Four to Marry Marriage licenses
were granted by the clerk of county
court this morning to Horace Joseph
Taylor, Pocatcllo, Idaho, and" Katie
Tol.man, of Logan, Utah; and tP Henry
F. Scavcrs of Pocatcllo, Idaho, and
Lcc Hilda Tolman, of Logan, Utah.
Clean rags wanted at The Standard
BCJICK, cement and plaster jobbing,
chimneys, firewalls, etc. Phone 770.
Building Permits Permit for an
addition to a brick building in the
rear of 2450 Grant avenue was grant
ed to "J. L. Carlson today by Joseph
M. Tracy, city engineer, The addi
tion will cost $2000.
Old papers lor sale. Ogden Stand
M. L. .Ton.es Coal & Ice Co.
Prompt delivery. 413 24th St. 2173
To Install Officers Roosevelt
troop. No. 4 of the Presbyterian church
will install Its three new assistant
scoutmaster, W. V. Rockefeller, first
assistant; Henry B. Tanner, second as
sistant, and F. A. Eartlctt, third as
alstarH. Friday nlghL Jack H. Craven,
tho first "teddy bear" to reach his
twelfth birthday anniversary, will be
E. A. OLSEN AND SON
2219 Wash. Ave. Phone 248
We have added to our China, Glass
and Stoneware departments a line of
1 j,"" furniture, new and second hand. AIgo
' stoves and ranges.
I - We will give a beautiful calendar to
each new purchaser. Advertisement,
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Installed. Deputy Commissioner Bart
ley will have chargo of tho Installa
tion. Real Ice cream, $2.25 delivered,
Greenwell Confectionery 3030
Ogden Typewriter House for type
writers and repairs, 2422 Hudson Ave.
X. P. G. L Here W. S. Palmer,
general manager of the Northwestern
Pacific railroad, arrived in Ogden this
morning from San Francisco, en routo
to New York. Ho was visited 'in his
private car by local railroad officials.
He departed on Union Pacific train
No. C. .
Fire Insurance. Do it now. Kelly
Coal All high grades. Phone 27.
John Fan- Coal Co. . ,
From Burley C. D. Simpson of the J
forest service retnrncd from Burley,
Idaho, this morning" after having con
ferred with R. 13. Carver, new super
visor for the Minidoka national for
est. He reports conditions in that for
Visiting in Ogden Mies Jva Austin
of Falls City, Neb., Is visiting with her
sister, Mrs, Hans Aabel.
For typewriters and repairing, seo
J. E. Everett, 23G2 Wash. Ave. Fhono
Appraisers Appointed O. J. Stll
well, L N. Pierce and T. S. Whltakcr
wcro today appointed appraisers of
the entatc of tho late Niels Peter Niel
Bowcrv Is Trustee A. E. Bower
took the oath of office- as trustee of
tho First Baptist church of this city
jand filed papers with the clerk of the
I county court. j
Cur of Red River Ohio seed potatoes
will arrive Saturday. Place your or
ders early. Grout's Grain Store, 322
24th St. . 16S
: Summons Served In the matter of
' the divorce suit commenced by Edith
i W. Rollins, sumomus has been served
on her husband. G rover C. Rollins,
now resident In Burley, Idaho, accord
ing to papcis filed with the clerk of
the district court today.
i Baby Soil' A boy was born early
this morning to Mr. and Mrs. C R.
Christensen, of 663 Twenty-seventh
street. The baby is the first grand
child of Mi', and Mrs. Chris Christen
sen. of 661 Canyon road.
L'nlon .Meeting Officers and teach
ers of the fourteen wards of the We
ber stake will meet at the Weber
Normal college Sunday afternoon at
'2:30 o'clock in their regular monthly
' union meeting. All officers and
i teachers aro urged to be present.
Marriage License John S. Nyland
and Ellen Price of Ogden were 'gran t
1 ed a marriage license by the Salt Lake
county clerk yesterday.
"Why Change Your
Wife?" Story of
I Married. Life
'Cecil Bv DeMille's latest Paramount
Artcraft production! "Why Change
Your Wife?" will come to the Alham
bra theater for five days commencing
Tuesday next, It is described as a
striking drama of married life lavishly
presented. Gloria Swanson and Thom
as Meighan are the featured players.
The story is by William DeMiUe.
The plot centers around Robert and
Beth Gordon, married for ten years,
hut now beginning to drift apart. Beth
wa3 a charming girl. She ha3 become
a too wifely wife and bores her hus
bend with her excessive solicitude for
his comforts. He finds diversion in
the company of vivacious, pleasure-loving
Sally Clark. Literal-minded Beth
imagines them in love. A divorce fol
lows, and Robert marries Sally. Too
late Beth discovers why she lost her
husband and, blossoming like a rose,
develops into society's gayest figure.
Sally, on the other hand, is trans
formed by "marriage Into a worse
household drudge than Beth ever was.
Robert's eyes are opened when he
again sees Beth, and through a dra
matic series of events they are
brought happily together.
Special meeting American Legion at
University club, Saturday, April 10.
Full attendance requested.
Advertisement L. J. ITOLTIIER.
Ogden Lodge No. 81
A..M.F. Meets at S p. m. Work in the M. M.
"degree of the 'Ancient and Acceptod
Scottish Rite Free Masonry. All mem
bers able to attend be present.
G. S. MULLEN, Secy.
Chinese Arraigned I
Before Reeder Today
Wong Auk and Harry Chin, two Chi
nese arrested during a raid on their
Twenty-fifth streot establishment re
cently and charged with illegal pos
session of opium, will be arraigned be
fore W. H. Reeder, Jr., U. S. commis
sioner for northern Utah, tomorrow
afternoon. They have been at llbertv
on hail of $1500 each.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
HIGH oven, glHss door, gas range.? Also
sas heater. Both in perfect condition
Phone 1284-J or call at No. 1055 Wash
ington avenue, after 5 gjplock p. m. 25
MALE HELP WANTED.
BELL boy, at Rood Hotel. 252
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.'"
SEVEN" room modern, larse lot. US Sec
ond street, 253
ON SEWER PLAN
Advertisement for bids for the in
stallation of a acwer system in-district
142, which has been urged hy the resi
dents of this district for some time,
was ordered, today by the city com
mission following action on a coiumtt
nfcatllon receded from City Engineer
Joseph M. Tracy asking that tne bids
be opened. The commission adopted
the recommendation of Mr, Tracy and
ordered that advertisement be ? made
The matter of the outfall sewer in
the Third ward came before tho com
mission in informal discussion and
decision was made to call a meeting of
the West Warren farmers with the
commission before more definite ac
tion be taken. The hew system will
cost between $325,000 and $125,000, ac
cording to the estimate.
A financial statement oT the water
works department for March gave re
ceipts as $5,322.55, disbursements $5,
"69.61, cash on band $7,767.53, 'making
a total of $13090.0S. The statement
was ordered filed by, the commission.
TO BETAKEN UP
A mass meoting of all parties in
terested in tho proposed weekly half
holiday for employes of department
stores and general business houses in
Ogucn will be held at S o'clock to
night at the city hall, Mayor Frank
The meeting has been arranged by
A. R. Martin of the Palnc & Hurst
company, who is to introduce a motion
strongly urging the Community to es
tablish such a weekly half-holiday.
Representatives from most" of tho
important business houses of the city,
the stake presidencies and wards or
the Church of Latter-day Saints, mln-1
lsters and mombers of the Roman and
evangelical churches of the city and
outstanding leaders In women's clubs'
organizations of tho city will bo pres
ent and take part in the discussion on
"The idea is popular," said Mr. Mar
tin, "not only among employes, but!
among employers, and 1 believe that i
the movement wo have begun will re- j
suit In the early adoption by the busi-1
ness establishments of Ogden of a
regular weekly half holiday, which
will improve the efficiency of the em
ployes, increase the business of tho
city and do more to keep tho Sabbath
day' where It ought to be as a day of
rest and worship than any other
. movement nbw before the people."
Deaths and Funerals
SHERRY Funeral services for
Mrs. Rebecca Kafchryn Shorry will be
held Thursday at 2 o'clock at the
Lindqulst funeral chapel. Rev. ,John
Hyslop wjll officiate. Interment Will
bo In the Ogden city cemetery. j
NOIIRIS Reuben Norris died yes
terday evening at S o'clock at his
home. 2020 Adams avenue, after an
Illness of bronchitis. Ho was born
January 7, lioii, in England and came
to America when sixteen year3 old.
He Is survived by li Is wifo. Elizabeth
Bond Norris, and. the following chil-I
dren: Mrs. Matilda Jones. James Nor
ris, Mrs. I$abelle Nebeker, John A.
Norris. Mrs," Bessie McMinn, Mrs.
Ellen Erewer, R. H. Norris, Mrs. Maud
Chase, Benjamin, . If red Norris and
Mrs. Caroline Woodgjen, fifteen grand
children, two brothers, Walter apd
Hyrum Norris. He has been a resi
dent of Ogden for the past seven years
and was a member of tho L. D. S.
church. Tho body will be 'shipped by
the L'.ndrmist Undertaking company
to Randolph tomorrow, where serv
ices and interment will be held.
THjE Mrs. Tisha Tile, wife of
Howard Tile, died last evening at Fres
no, Cal. She was well known In Ogden
and is the daughter of Harvey and
Napcy Taylor. She is survived by her
husband. Howard .TileL. and. the fol
lowing brothers' and sistors: Harold
and Wallace Tile, Mrs. Retta Baker,
Mrs Birdie Burton, Mrs. Hazel Bul
loughi Mrs. Ella Chase, Mrs. Pauline
Miller. The body will be taken in
charge by the Lindqulst Undertaking
company when it. arrives in Ogden.
CARR Funeral services for Lenia
Carr, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Rob C. Carr, were hold yesterday at
10;30 o'clock in. tho Llndquisfs fu
neral chapel. Counselor David Steele
conducted the services. The' speakers
wero Josoph BJorklund Poter Isaac
son and .Counselor Steele. Interment
waa in the Ogden city cemetery.
GARNER Funeral services for Hen
ry Garner were held yesterday at2
o'clock at the Lindqulst Funeral
chapel. Couji8elor Horace Garner con
ducting. Mrs. rJthel Holbrook sang
"I'm a Pilgrim," .Mrs. Annie Jensen
sang "Consolation." vMrs. Holbrook
and Mrs. Jensen, sang the duelt "Un
answered Yet." The. speakers 'wore
Bishop B. C. JCritchlow, Bishop G. E.
Garner. Interment was In the Ogden
FOR JEW RELIEF
The Ogden city campaign In be
half of Jewish relief in. the near east
is being carried through by a com
mittee of members of the Welcr club
of which Mlas Edna Hamlll, acting
secretary, is taking charge. Up to date
a total of $1750 has been subscribed,
mostly In small amounts. Eight hun
dred dollars wero handed to Miss
Hamill yesterday by a group of Jewish
people whose business In this city.
X little while ago a band of Jewish
"peoplo sent $200 direct to the head
quarters office in Now .York, City.
Subscriptions may be sent 'to Mls.T
Hamlll in care of the Weber club and
will be promptly acknowledged. j
' in cenBgaBBaBBaimiyi ! Eagaa mil n i i
Ogden Chamber of
Commerce Back of
Formation of a credit rating bureau,
the carrying on of a membership
drive, organization of a traffic bureau
and tho installation of a publicity man
at the Union r;pot arc among tho
activities urged of the Ogden cham
ber of commerce in a report made to
day to the board of directors of tho
chamber by a committee Jieaded by
A. P. Bigclow and consisting of Franu
J. Stevens and George B. Flack.
The promotion of good road3 and
tho taking up of aviation aro also
among the features mapped out for
the chamber during the coming sum
mer. Credit Bureau.
In the report regarding the credit
bureau the Committee wont on record
as opposed to financing subsidiary or
ganizations, but recommended thnt
tho merchant's credit bureau receive
an appropriation necessary for tliej
conducting of activities of a rating!
bureau, with tho hope that this ac
tivity shall soon become self-supporting,
on the basis of setting aside $1
a month of dues of members of the
chamber of commerce using the mer
chant's credit bureau.
In regard to a traffic bureau the
committee urged an organization that
would assist the city, county and stato
in promulgating desired improve
ments. The report read: "Believing
that Ogden should have an efficient,
traffic bureau, which should perma-!
nenlly relate to the Ogden chamber,
of commerce, we recommend that the
chamber maintain a standing1 commit
too of relationship thereto, and that
the chairman of this committee be
George B. Flack.
"Tho traffic bureau will be to assist
the city, county and state in promul
gating desired improvements and ob
tain the assistance of these officials
In industrial matters, that we may1
consistently oppose Injurious lcgisla-l
lion and taxation. We recommend in-'
slltutlng a standing committee on civic
affairs and suggest W. II. Shearman
The additional activities planned aro
announced in the report as follows:
"Good roads The promotion 'of
j good roads and automobile traffic has
SCHOOLS SELECT '
Representatives of Oden high
school and Weber Normal college in
the Dr. Ed. I. Rich oratorical contest
to .bo held in the Ogden tabernacle
Friday afternoon were selected today
at the close of preliminary try-outs.
Those chosen to compete for- the
awards, andthein subjects.are:
Ogden high school; Wanda Wren,
"A Lover of America ;" Lucile Foiil
ger, "Americanization;". Hilard
Wherry, "The United Stales as a Man
datory of Mexico."
Weber Normal college: Ruth Scow
croft, "The Need Today of a Strong
American Patriotism;" Clarenco
Brown' "The New American Thrift;"
Delbert Wright. "Young America, tho
I Hope of the World."
The contest brought out much com
petition in the respective student
bodies. Three students were lied for
second place in Weber's selection, the
difficulty being settled after extended
debate hy the judges.
Three judges will be named from
the faculties of the University of Utah
and the Utah Agricultural college. The
award of $50 cash will be divided $35
and $15 to winners of first and second
Marguerite Toy Is
Bride of Tenneseean
Miss Marguerite Toy, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Toy. became the
bride of Augustus Rich of Nashville,
Tenn., at 11 o'clock this mornmgv-TJie '
wedding took place at the Toy resi
dence, S5C Twenty-fifth street, with
Rev. John Edward Carver of the First
Presbyterian church performing the
marriage ceremony. ,
Miss Toy was dressed in white
georgette crepe and lace, and carried
a bouquet of .pink rose buds. Only
the members of the immediate family
Mies Toy is probably one of tho best
known young women of the city, and
has a large number of friends who
wish hor every happiness. Sho was a
student of the Sacred Heart academy,
'having graduated from the Institution
In 1914, In 1916 Miss Toy finished
her course in music "at the academy
and was given her medal for this
Mr. Rich served as first lieutenant
in the United States army during the
war and v.'aa stationed in Siberia dur
ing the greater part of the world con
flict. At present Mr. Rich is connect
ed with mining interests "in Nevada.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Rich will make their
home in Ogden for the present.
New "Black Maria" '
Hauls Initial Load
As' the initial load for the nun'
I "Nash" Black Maria which started
work this morning at the police sta
tlqn, three "drunks" were conducted
to the city jail . The new car was ac
quired by the police department yes
ilerday. I 00
Police Summoned in
Grand Jury Inquiry
Detectives Everett Noble and W. A.
Taylor of the Ogden police depart
j ment, have been summoned to Salt
j been and will continue to bo a perma
nent activity of tho chamber of com
merce for the advancement of Ogden.
jA standing 'good roads' committc is
recommended with Dr. II. M. Rowc as
"Auditing Committee ?Wo rccom
mond the appointment of an auditing
committee for the duties of checking
accounts, the authorization of pay
ment of bills and approving minutes
when not considered by the full board.
Special committees Wo rocom
mend that all other matters bo han
dled by 'special committees appointed
by tho chair, or otherwise, for a spe
cial work, and that such committee
be automatically discharged as soon
as the work for which it la appointed
shall have been accomplished.
"Aviation committee Wc recom
mend the appointment of John S.
1 Lewis as chairman,
j " New Industries.
"New industries commute Presi
dent Warren L. Wattis as chairman
and O. J. Stllwcll as secretary recom
mended. "Merchants of Ogden John W.
Wilcox recommended as chairman.
! "Membership Gomer Nichols as
chairman, and we recommend that
this committee bo of rotating nature,
that tho present chairman choose fif-
teen others, who shall be asked to ob
tain three members each, and as soon
! as the three shall have been obtained,
, the certain member obtaining the
three shall bo automatically dis
charged. As soon as the chairman
shall have obtained a total of fifty
new supporters the chairman and his
entire committee shall be discharged.
"Real estate We recommend tho
appointment of a committeo to active
ly look after real estate in possession
of the chamber, and recommend the
appointment of Charles IT. Barton as
I chairman, and further suggest thai
John N. S. Spargo be a member of this
com mitt ee.
"Publicity man at depot We be
lieve the former policy of the publicity
bureau in maintaining an active in
formation bureau at tho Union sta
tion has been of great advertising
value, and recommend tho investiga
tion of the feasibility of again sup
porting this aitlvi."
Preparations for a cleanup and
po.imup campaign for Ogden are now
being made by J. Ray Ward, city com
missioner, who announced today that
plans are being made to enlist the
boy scouts, city and fire departments
schools and all civic organizations in
the cleanup movement. Thp plans will
be turned over to lle city commission
for approval. The date. for j.hc open-
' ing of the cleanup drive will be an-
1 Getting in line with the movement
in Ogden, communities of Weber
county arc also preparing to carry
through a cleanup campaign. The
men's and women's department of tho
Weber county farm bureau will co-op-crate
in the effort to bring sanitation
and beauty to every household out
side tho city limits. A meeting of the
executive committee of the county
bureau will be called in the federal
building offices to outline plans for
Lake tomorrow , as witnesses in a
grand jury investigation.
While the two officers had no inti
mation of what case will be brought
up. it is surmised that the bearing is
in connection with an opium raid.
Cheer up! It's only a matter of
time until you will be selecting a straw
Ninth Ward Players
to Present Comedy
Under the auspices of the Ninth
Ward Dramatfc association, the ward
choir will present a three-act comedy,
"Safety First," tomorrow evening at
S:15 o'clock in tho amusement hall of
the ward. The play is under tho di
rection arid management of Miss Nor
ma Grace Taylor and Mrs. Sarah A.
Jackson. Tho cast of characters is
arranged as follows:
Jack Montgomery, a young husband
... Glen Wright
Jerry Arnold, an unsuccessful fixer
Mr. McNutl, a defective detective..
Elmer Flannel, awfully shrinking...
Abou Ben Mocha, a Turk from Tur
key ...'.Geo. F. Phillips
Mabel Montgomery, Jack's wjfe, Pity
Her! Miss Frances Marsh
Virginia Bridger, her young'sister. .
! Miss Lenore Croft
Mrs. Barrington Bridger, their Mam-
' ma .v.' Mrs. Rose Fowler
Zulelka, a tender Turkish maiden..
Miss, Louise Browning
Mary Ann O'Finnerty, ah Irish cook
lady Miss May Pickett
The "members of the Social club and
their friends will be entertained at the
home of Mrs. Burkland, 971 Twenty
sixth street. Mrs, Burkland and Mrs.
Wise will be tho hostesses for the af
ternoon. SURPRISE PARTY.
A number of friends of Miss Doro
thy O'Kcefe surprised her last Satur
day evening when they gathered at
her home. The jolly crowd enjoyed
dancing and games until a late hour j
OTILDREN's" AND BOYS' " " .
SHOES ! ' H
8 A now complete line of extra high quality shoes flf 1
j and slippers for children and boys has just ar- . j 'lNSf 8 1
I rived from the east. Among them are the just yjjj j "
HERCULES AM l
I noted for their tough, wearing qualities and
I good looks; and the II. C. Godman shoes' !l fi-'
I brands that have no superior In the world. S" i Bk
I They are honestly made to give tho kind of mjj
I service American boys and girls demand of . . ! BP
I shoes. Priced here at ?2.50 to !5.Q0. j '- BV
( THE BEST FOR BOYs" f MISSES' SPECIAL S
. S3.25 to $6.00 ' II
Blrtfk .-incl inn well made look $4.00 jH
good for a long lime, and arc c.- .
p?Pcetna"y ed btu"5a,n3 at tllcfi0 Nothing will suit the little misa jL
SPECIAL more than a pair of these good jj IH
Tan English $4.50 ,00l:ins' lons "'"s shes. ; jH
Something extra in the way of good Black v,ci k,tl aml calfskin all . '.
tSrnin.V?nHif,ef 2.'4v0."4 ,n nuality at tho special price of j 8 jH
the popular LnKllsh last Not many q MH
left. Come 5-1.00. Sizes ll'd to 2. j l
FOR GOOD SHOES jj '
OGDEN LIBRARIANS CHOSEN TO 1
GIVE INSTRUCTION IN LIBRARY , ' - i
SCHOOL TO BE CONDUCTED-HERE! fl
Utah's library school, a summer (
course for the instruction of librarians,
will start Monday at the Ogden pub
lic library, according to information
received today from Miss Grace Har
ris, librarian of the Carnegie frco
Ogden has been chosen for the Utah
library school because of its effi
ciency, it is stated. The school will be
under tho -direct supervision of Mlssl
Mary E. Downey, literary organized
for Utah. Miss Harris and Miss Elva
Littleflcld will be instructors, at the
Miss Harris stated that arrange
ments were being made to accom-
when a delicious luncheon was served.
Decorations throughout the home wero
carried out in green and white, appro
priate for the Easter season. Miss
O'Keefe is the popular daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Con O'Keefe of 2743 Grant
FIVE HUNDRED CLUB.
Mrs. Lester Corey wiil entertain the
members of the Five Hundred club to
morrow afternoon at her home, 25-IS,
ST. JOSEPH CIRCLE.
Mrs. L. Lippincott will be hostess lo
the members of the St. Joseph's Sew
ing Circle tomorrow afternoon when
the members will meet In the St.
On Sunday, April -1, at the home of
John E. Fowler. 360 Thirty-third
street, a family rciyiion was held.
Tho occasion was the seventy-sixth
birthday anniversary of John Bowler.
An enjoyable afternoon was spent in
music and social chat, and at 3 o'clock
a delicious dinner was servod. Mr.
Fowler was presented with a gold
headed cane, appropriately engraved,
by his oldest son. John E. Fowler,
who, in behalf of the members of the
family, made the presentation ad
dress. Carnations and ferns decorated
modate about ten students from varl-? fH
ons parts of the state who are ex IH
peeled lo attend the school. In audi- K
lion to four California girls who have IB!
made known their desire to study 'un- I Bj
der the Utah instruclors. LBu!
Girls from Smithficld. Salina, Nc- iHRh
phi. Pleasant Grove- and other por- hEBS
tions of tho state have areadyl enr jKE?
lered as students. Arrangements foij Pflral
furnishing the girls adequate living k!!B
quarters lias been taken up, It is rHBuli
Plans for tho library school arc BBQ
that about twenty girls will bo given BKS
There will be two three-hour courses HHl
daily at the library for the students. VBfl
tho table. There were pz-csent Mr."- Hull
. Fowler's seven children and their rc-1 i'lHlKl
spectlve families, who wished the veiir- KxSfl
crable gentlemen happy returns of thei HKlP
The entertainment committee of tho HbS
Weber Camp, Woodmen of the World. i KmSt
No. 7-1. have planned a dance and 'a- jlEfra
j card party for tomorrow evening. The, Butw
I affair will be given in the W. O. W., Hnl
j LINCOLN CIRCLE. lKlli
The Abraham Lincoln circle No. 2r Era
I Ladies of the G. A. R., will meet onj HoR
Thursday afternoon, April S, In the'I pIBk:
O. O. F. hall at 2:30 o'clock. The-; BI&
meeting will bo called to order at3 Be
o'clock. --rr - H0r
PHIBATHEA CLASS. "a Njf
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fish of SS7' iSM.
Twentieth street entertained the mem-" M'j- TtjHf
bers of the Phllathea class of the'' M 'Y
Methodist Episcopal church Sunday Biy-l'flKA
school department. During the oven- Bv wf'
ing guessing games and contest were M
enjoyed, with honors awarded to Miss- M
Elsie Norton and Mrs. Jorenson. Re- Bit. ' ?'B
freshmcnts wero served to twenty-six - ftilHlf
guests. The next meeting of the class IHIK
will be on the first Tuesday In Muy ', ' jjH
at the home of Mrs. C. E, Smith, 'J923' JYr
Childs avenue. JPlSf
I For Thursday, Friday nd Saturday our markets will 'B
have more fresh fish at the same price as last week. j PlBtli
Come early to buy your Fish and Meals. Last week our 1 HfiX?
markets were crowded and many had to wait. i UKfif?
This is the last half of our car of fresh fish which has . Bafe TK-
teen iced and stored away so that you could have more I Hff
fresh fish this week at half the price that other markets I- KjJ?)
Half or Whole Fresh Salmon, pound 17c 1 jK t
Half or Whole Fresh Codfish, pound 15c 1 lH
Half or Whole Fresh Halibut, pound 17c I M"
Half or Whole Fresh Red Snapper, pound . . 15c I IBF